U.S. airlines collect $1.5 billion in ancillary revenue for Q2

U.S. airlines generated $1.5 billion from ancillary revenue such as fees for checked baggage during the second quarter, according to the Department of Transportation. The rate of increase is not the same as in previous years. Bag revenue was down $5.1 million from the second quarter of 2010, and fees from reservation changes rose $18.8 million.

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